Innovation in Medicine

Biomembrane research findings could advance understanding of computing and human memory

Group of the scientists working at the laboratory

While studying how bio-inspired materials might inform the design of next-generation computers, scientists at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory achieved a first-of-its-kind result that could have big implications for both edge computing and human health.

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